Cologne – Hamburg – Berlin – Dresden – Munich – Heidelberg
Discover some of Germany's most beautiful cities without the need for a rental car. Travel through their history from Roman Times in Cologne to the fall of the Berlin Wall and beyond into modern Berlin: an eclectic mix of old and new. Visit Dresden, which has been destroyed and rebuilt twice in its entirety, yet reconnecting with its former splendor. After a visit to Munich the tour finishes in Heidelberg: the famous student town with its castle ruin and more than one secret to tell.
Amsterdam – Antwerpen – Brugge – Luxemburg – Cologne
Two kingdoms and one duchy: Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg are more than just three small states between the North Sea, Germany and France. They share a common culture and look back on a Golden Age together. Between 1550 and 1700, magnificent town houses, canals, windmills, pictures and palaces were created. Some landscapes and cities still look like Rembrandt painted them almost 400 years ago.
Berlin – Dresden – Prague – Vienna – Salzburg – Neuschwanstein – Munich
This unusual tour combines the most important capitals of Central Europe: Berlin, Prague, and Vienna. In between enjoy wonderful landscapes, vineyards, lakes and towering mountains.
We especially loved touring the Rhine River and Bavaria
Value for money and easy and efficient to deal with
They treated us like royalty and made our stay the best possible
The tours Umfulana set up for us were things we would have never found on our own
Umfulana staff compiled an excellent lodging itinerary
What an amazing trip to southern Germany we had